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Police morale hit by single force - report

25 Oct 2014 12:30

THE MORALE among officers and police staff in Fife has been affected by the rushed transition into Police Scotland, according to a report published last Thursday.

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New archway marks start of coastal path in Kincardine

25 Oct 2014 07:30

A new archway showcasing the starting point of the Fife Coastal Path at the north end of the Kincardine Bridge was unveiled last week by Provost Jim Leishman.

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Bridge chief welcomes ban for 'horrendous' driver

24 Oct 2014 16:45 • Nicola Scrimgeour

THE CHIEF engineer of the Forth Road Bridge has welcomed a ban for a reckless driver who risked “horrendous consequences” by driving a van over the bridge in 90mph winds.

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£440,000 road resurfacing work to start on A985

24 Oct 2014 15:00

ROAD improvements to the tune of £440,000 are set to take place on the A985 over six nights next week.

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Ex-firefighters fly to Paraguay

24 Oct 2014 14:30

MEMBERS of the Dunfermline charity International Fire and Rescue Association (IFRA) flew out to Paraguay last week for their 52nd training mission.

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The Week in Pictures (16th October)

Duloch »

Duloch kids raid their kitchens for foodbank

CHILDREN AT Duloch Primary School have been raking through their fridges and cupboards to gather together almost 800 items to donate to the Dunfermline Foodbank.

'Care will suffer if we don't get more cash'

Learner bikers face 23-mile detour after new bridge ban

Bag charges from 20th October

Six West Fife sites taken off FIFEplan

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'Sick' robbers steal from baby's grave

A DEVASTATED Inverkeithing woman who lost her daughter when she was just days old has spoken of the “sickening” theft from her baby’s gravestone in Hillend Cemetery.

Inverkeithing residents hacked off over broadband

£380,000 to repair West Fife's potholes

Fife fund will help tackle derelict land

13th walk was lucky for Rotary club!

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Gill relishes Mount Kenya charity trek

TREKKING over the second- highest peak in Africa will present Dalgety Bay mum Gill Baird with a slightly different challenge from climbing Arthur’s Seat.

'No delay' in £10m Dalgety Bay radioactive beach clean-up

Families aim to raise £150,000 for Dalgety Bay playpark

Aldi plans for Bay under threat

Sign up for Rotary charity walk

Village News »

Clubbing together to keep bowls in village

VALLEYFIELD Bowling Club faced a “struggle to survive” after a nightmare start to the season left them without any premises.

Roads set to close for new Forth Crossing works

Land art plans for Kelty scrapped

Unique book marking city's past launched

Seeing double!

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Last-gasp winner sinks Pars

25 Oct 2014 18:55 • Nicola Scrimgeour

DUNFERMLINE Athletic's impressive league record of no goals conceded at home came to an end in the worst way possible this afternoon, losing the game with the last kick of the ball in time added on.

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Dunfermline Athletic boss Jim Jefferies praises mean defence

25 Oct 2014 09:30 • Ross Hart

PARS boss Jim Jefferies has heaped praise on his defensive unit after they secured their seventh shut-out of the season on Saturday.

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'I didn't want to leave' says former Dunfermline Athletic striker Andy Barrowman

24 Oct 2014 16:30 • Ross Hart

MORTON striker Andy Barrowman admits he didn’t want to leave Dunfermline when the club plunged into administration last year.

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City teach students a lesson

24 Oct 2014 14:00

Dunfermline City climbed off the bottom of the table with a hard fought win over Stirling University on Saturday, while City's seconds also recorded a win.

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On the Money: Change in pension tax

19 Oct 2014 08:30

AT THE Tory Party Conference the other week, George Osborne announced the removal of the 55 per cent tax charge that applies to certain pension death benefits. This is not unexpected. The government already confirmed that unchanged, this tax charge would be too high when the new pension freedoms are introduced from April 2015.

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Ross 'Teddy' Craig: The success of Hamilton Academical is a model for other clubs to follow

17 Oct 2014 08:30

AS I write this, Hamilton Accies sit atop the Scottish Premiership table. This should be a sight that encourages fans of clubs like the Pars, rather than bewilders. The words of the Accies chairman after the final whistle at Celtic Park should also be something that offers inspiration to fans and club directors alike across Scotland. He pointed out that at the end of the match, Accies had eight players on the pitch who had come through their academy.

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Ross 'Teddy' Craig: Is this the end of 'Typical Scotland'?

16 Oct 2014 13:08

HOPEFULLY, a few years from now, we’ll have had to radically rethink what we mean by, “typical Scotland”, when referring to the national team. So far the signs are good that it’s a possibility. After all, the tag “typical Scotland” certainly didn’t apply to the two matches played recently by Gordon Strachan’s men.

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Shouting the odds: Back defences to come out on top as Dunfermline Athletic take on Forfar Athletic

16 Oct 2014 08:30

THE domestic season is back after the international mini-break and in Division One it is a top-of-the-table clash as Dunfermline host Forfar on Saturday afternoon.

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Review: The Full Monty

9 Oct 2014 11:05 • Hayley Parr

THE HILARITY leaked out into the foyer leaving Alhambra’s first showing of Simon Beufoy’s The Full Monty.

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Jobs in Aberdeen are a mouse click nearer

15 Sep 2014 14:22

Anyone struggling to find a job in Aberdeen may look askance at the idea that the Granity City is a boom town these days, but in real terms - measured against a UK jobs market in the doldrums - it’s still a city of wealth and opportunity. There are the usual stories which abound across Scotland of projects stalled or scaled back, but the overall trend is steady growth - and often of the kind that needs a regular infusion of talent from a readymade local pool of talent.

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Some Scary People coming to Dunfermline Live

12 Sep 2014 09:30 • Gary Fitzpatrick

ONE of Scotland's most exciting new bands Scary People are coming here for the first for the Dunfermline Live festival. Singer Dan Forouhar talks about working as a tech with The View to going centre stage and admits it was nerve-wracking.

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